BSF Jawan Turns Saviour For Fellow Passenger Who Suffered Chest Pain on Flight
BSF Jawan Turns Saviour (Photo Credits: Twitter, @BSF_India)

New Delhi, July 10: In a heroic act, a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan turned a 'messiah' for a fellow passenger, on board a flight. According to a tweet by BSF, the jawan offered medical help to a passenger suffering from acute chest pain and breathlessness. Reports inform that the jawan who was off duty, came forward to help the man and saved his life. The act of bravery was shared on the official Twitter page of the BSF.  BSF Jawan Singing 'Sandese Aate Hain' Gets Applauded on Social Media. 

Taking to Twitter, the BSF said jawan Dr Lokeshwar Khajuria SMO swiftly acted to the inflight emergency response call for medical help to a passenger. “A प्रहरी is never off Duty. Swiftly acting to the inflight emergency response call for medical help to a passenger suffering from acute chest pain & breathlessness, Dr Lokeshwar Khajuria SMO BSF provided all necessary medical help to co traveller & saved a precious human life”, the BSF tweeted.

Here's the tweet:

BSF jawans are known for the dedication and hardwork. There have been many incidences in the past where the BSF jawans saved the lives of citizens in perilous situations, at times, even at the cost of their own lives. Last year in April 16, another jawan- Constable Vena Chhangte rescued and saved the life of a differently abled person trapped in an inferno at Zotlang, Lunglei in Mizoram when he was on leave. 

Earlier this month, BSF jawans came to the rescue of a critically injured man of Nuaguda area in Odisha. The jawans went beyond duty to save his life by rushing him to hospital on time. According to reports, the victim had suffered critical head injury after slipping off his bike in Nuaguda. After BSF’s Assistant Commandant posted in Salimi spotted him, he was rushed to Mathili Medical for treatment.